(Adds quotes) By Tom Brown PARIS, Sept 27 (Reuters) - Ford Motor Co's Jaguar luxury car unit will post a full-year 2002 operating loss of about $500 million, Ford's President and Chief Operating Officer Nick Scheele said on Friday. Scheele told Reuters at the Paris auto show that the loss, most of it to come in the fourth quarter, was partly due to a delay in the launch of Jaguar's new flagship XJ model, to ensure that there would be no quality glitches with the aluminium bodied car ...
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